These villages are difficult to reach, which is part of their charm, but can also make for an exhausting day with a lot of walking. We want to help you make the most of your time here and have customized the day to make this relaxing for all.
Our journey begins with a panoramic drive to Portovenere, which is not technically one of the five villages of Cinque Terre, though beautiful in it's own right and has been around since the first century. There is certainly a history to be discovered in these cobbled streets, but what will really wow you are the brightly colored houses lining the Mediterranean coast line.
Next we will visit Vernazza, the only village of the Cinque Terre that is a natural harbor, and the most authentic fishing village in the area. Situated on a rocky cliff, the houses here cling to the coastline and make for what many believe to be the most picturesque scenery along the western coastline of the Mediterranean.
Our last stop of the day is Corniglia, the only village not accessible by sea. With origins as an ancient Roman agricultural society this town has a very well preserved Medieval aspect versus the more common fishing villages found along the rest of the Mediterranean coastline. Take in the scenery, the village is surrounded by vineyards and lush greenery.
On the way back to port, we will visit Pisa to see the famous Leaning Tower. Don't forget your camera!
Departures: 07:30 AM, 08:30 AM, 09:30 AM, 08:00 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - This tour is designed for people with limited mobility. Please note that the majority of this tour will be spent driving.
- Your English-speaking driver will not enter sites with you, but will give running commentaries of what you are seeing and make sure you have enough time to visit each site.
- The price of this tour does not include ferry tickets. A boat tour (one way) is €22 per person. This is optional and can be used as transportation from Portovenere to Vernazza. The ferry is not suitable for persons in wheelchairs.